The 22-year-old Californian-born athlete and her skating partner, Alexander Gamelin, had quite the nightmare during Sunday's ice skating event when one of her moves early nearly immediately into the routine had her glitzy red top falling out of place. "'If that comes undone, the whole [outfit] could just pop off.'" Luckily, they managed to finish their performance without any further malfunction taking place.
Min's red top appeared to slide off at the top of her shoulders leaving the top of her chest briefly uncovered - but the pair didn't even flinch.
However, Min handled it with grace, knowing stopping to fix it would only cost her and her partner, Alexander Gamelin. I was terrified the entire programme.
She wrote: "Despite the wardrobe malfunction, I had an awesome time competing in my home country!"
Min said she was "terrified" throughout the event, keeping her arms close to her body to hold her costume up.
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"The second we stepped onto the ice, the fans started to scream and I think we really fed off that energy", she said. "I went from the beginning to the end".
"Five seconds into the routine, my hook came undone", Min said.
You work your entire life to make the Olympics and when you finally get there, a hook on your outfit flies open and you've become the Janet Jackson of the Winter Games.
The skater was on a roll until he broke his leg during his first year at middle school, which forced him to leave the ice for more than a year.
Min and Gamelin are both American citizens and train in MI. She and Gamelin received 51.97 points for the performance and finished ninth out of the 10 competing teams.